Intake Coordinator & Office Manager
406 S. 1st St. Suite 308 Mt. Vernon WA 98273
Christi works Monday-Friday, she answers the phone from 9am-3pm. She verifies insurance for Providers for new/existing clients. She bills insurance companies for client visits. She answers insurance billing questions from Providers and clients.
Christi lives in Skagit County, loves Marvel movies, and is a die hard Seahawk fan.
MA & LMHC
406 South First St., Suite 201, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
People seek therapy for a wide variety of reasons which could range from having a specific issue to address, to a general feeling of needing “something” to change. Whatever the reason, Robin respects that everyone wants/needs unique things from their therapeutic experience. Her practice is rooted in compassion. She honors all identities, complexities and experiences.
Adults, Families, & Children 7+
MA & LMHC
406 S. 1st Street, Suite 303 Mount Vernon, WA 98273
I am a Child Mental Health Specialist and an Ethnic Minority Mental Health Counselor specializing in the Latino population. I speak Spanish fluently. In addition I am certified in Expressive Arts Therapies. My approach is to take each individual and personalize treatment to meet those particular needs using their unique belief system. I meet clients where they are and gently challenge them so they can realize their unlocked potential for healing. I strongly encourage self -actualization and finding the joy and meaning in life. I work with clients with depression, anxiety, trauma and post-traumatic stress syndrome. I help them communicate through Play Therapy, Talk Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Expressive Arts Therapies such as painting, journaling, movement etc.
Adults, Latinos, Children & Youth
406 S. First Street, #300, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
Deb has training and experience working with college students and adults with issues of depression, anxiety, ADHD, grief and loss, chronic pain, trauma and PTSD, assertiveness, stress management and relationship and communication skills. She draws upon a number of theoretical and practice orientations including solution-focused, cognitive behavioral, interpersonal, psychodynamic and feminist therapy. She begins with a psychodynamic and bio-psycho-social approach as she believes the experiences of one’s life shape one’s world view, one’s coping resources and skills and the way we move through the world. This then affects ones’ relationships and satisfaction with their life. She also incorporates a spiritual orientation for those wanting to explore the larger meaning of their life and purpose.
Men & Women 18+
MA, MPM & LMHC
406 S. First Street, #307, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
Anne sees counseling as a unique relationship that helps people manage life's difficulties in healthy ways. She supports people as they heal mind, heart and spirit, while they learn positive ways to think and cope. When anxiety, depression, health issues, relationship issues, loss and grief, life transitions, or other concerns make it difficult to handle challenges you face counseling can help. Anne uses a variety of approaches in her counseling work, including talk therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dream work, self-compassion, mindfulness, family systems therapy, art expression, body centered therapy, visualization, spirituality, inner child work, play therapy and sand tray therapy. She will work with you to determine which approaches work best for you.
M.S.W. & L.I.C.S.W.
404 South First St., Suite 207, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
Appointment hours: Tuesday - Friday, primarily afternoons
I have specialized training and experience working with children, teens, and
older adults. My education and field work have included cross-cultural training and work experience. l also have trained to work with stepfamilies.
I currently work with children 10 years and older. I work with adults of all ages,
including those of advanced years. I enjoy the ability to work with the diversity and wide range backgrounds, cultures, and ages for which private practice affords.
Children 10+ years, Adults, Older Adults, Families
MS & LMFT
406 South First Street, Suite 200, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
My two main areas of specialization are in childhood/development and marriage and family therapy. My training was primarily in a family systems approach to therapy, meaning that multiple layers of influence (biology, sociology, psychology, spirituality) are considered and assessed when I am treating a client. I have a tremendous amount of respect for my clients; they are some of the bravest people on the planet. I prefer the people I serve to be in the driver’s seat of therapy and am open to feedback to make that relationship as conducive to healing and growing as possible. I work with trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, general life stress, communication, body and eating issues (though I do not hold a specialization in this area), spirituality, and grief and loss.
Adults, Families, Couples, Children 7+
MA & LMHC
EMDR Therapy Only
404 S. First St. Ste 203, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
Dawn has specialized training in trauma and conducts 33 week psychoeducational groups focused on recovery from trauma. Dawn’s main interest is working with adults with trauma, anger, depression, anxiety, grief and loss.
Dawn is married and enjoys reading, quilting, knitting, bike riding and exploring the beautiful Northwest.
Diane Marr Longmire
406 S. 1st Street, Suite 305, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
MSW, LMHC, CMHS
I have over 16 years of experience providing therapy to individuals across the lifespan. I have been trained in Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and am intensively trained in Dialectical Behavioral therapy. I tend to be behavioral in my approach, exploring patterns and "well-worn paths" in your life that are creating difficulties. I enjoy working with individuals who recognize a need for change in their life; whether it be personal, professional/vocational, or relational. Whether you feel clear or ambivalent about your goals; I strive to work with you on helping you increase your sense of personal agency and life satisfaction. We all deserve non-judgmental and affirming spaces where we can be ourselves; share our worries, hopes, and dreams, process adverse experiences and trauma, and learn skills and strategies to be more effective in life. Therapy can not only be a catalyst for healing, but it can be an opportunity for personal growth.
MS & LMHC
406 S. 1st Street, Suite 301, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
Judith works with a variety of issues including mood disorders, differing types of anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, stage of life stressors, relationships issues, LGBTQ issues, divorce and related issues. Judith works full-time. Two days a week her German Shepherd Dog accompanies her. She focuses on the biological, the psychological, and the sociological aspects of a person's life.
Adults, Couples, & Families in Therapy &
Judith and her family have lived in the Skagit Valley since 1986. She is a wife, a mother and a grandmother. Her family has traveled extensively and loves experiencing new cultures. In her spare time she can be found in her ceramic studio immersed in her next clay project.
MA & LMHC
404 S. 1 st St. Suite 200, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
She treats such issues as depression, anxiety, chronic pain, trauma, and dissociative disorders. She has been trained in CBT, Mindfulness, DBT, and EMDR. She has also taught classes in Non-Violent Communication. Sharon is a volunteer for The Soldiers Project, which provides no-cost counseling to post-9/11 veterans.
Education & Background
Sharon is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 25 years of experience working with adults in the Community Mental Health and Private Practice settings.
Regence/RGA/HMA • Aetna • First Choice/Trusteed • Kaiser • Optum/UBH • Premera/Lifewise • Beacon • Tricare • US Family Health • Providence Behavioral Health • Cigna
1015 6th Street, Office 104, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
Jocelyn uses a variety of approaches to match the patient’s learning style and issues they are facing. Social workers are trained to look at the individual strengths and problems in the context of their environment and community, using a bio-psycho-social perspective. She uses cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavior and educational approaches, among others. With older adults and their families, work often involves exploration of resources as people approach life changes. Jocelyn provides therapy covering a range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, life transition, LGBTQ issues, grief and loss and cross cultural counseling.
Teens, Adults & Elderly
MA & LMHC
406 South First St., Suite 200, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
Relationship Issues, Parent/Child/Teen Conflicts, Behavior Modification, Family Therapy, Stress/Anxiety Management, Depression and other Mood Disorders, Loss and Grief Recovery. CeCe does therapy with children, adolescents, adults and couples who may be
experiencing depression, anxiety, parent-child issues and other family concerns.
I have a special interest in working with adolescents, encouraging them as they
transition from their families toward independent and productive lives. In her therapy work CeCe uses cognitive behavioral, family systems, solution-focused, and psycho-dynamic techniques. Homework may be given to facilitate therapeutic change.
Adults, Adolescents, Children 10+, Couples, Families
Dr. Christopher Tobey
This provider is not taking new clients
1910 O. Ave. PO Box 2229 Anacortes
Dr. Tobey primarily draws upon object relations theory and family systems theory utilizing a bio-psycho-social perspective and actively engages individuals with primarily cognitive behavioral interventions.
Education & Background
Adults, Families, Children 10+,
Dr. Christopher P. Tobey is both a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Psychologist practicing Clinical Psychology in Washington. He received his B.S. degree from Seattle University, A Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan and a doctoral degree in Family Clinical Psychology from Seattle Pacific University.